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December 2013
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Executive Director's Column
Mad Science and the Arts
Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
Legislative Update
Budget Due December 15
State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Research on Demand
Rural Resources
More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
NASAA Resources

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Executive Director's Column
Mad Science and the Arts
Jonathan Katz

In addition to our arguments about the benefits of the arts to the economy, how can we communicate that the skills and understandings gained in arts learning contribute to achievements in engineering, technology, science and mathematics? . . . Read more

Announcements and Resources
NASAA News and Current Information
  • NASAA 2014 Annual Fund Launches
  • NEA Expands Arts Therapy Partnership with Department of Defense
  • The Wallace Foundation Releases Report on After-School Arts Programs
  • Technologies That Facilitate Philanthropic Collaboration
  • Grants Management Systems: A Consumers' Guide
  • GIA Releases Individual Artist Selection Toolkit
  • New Research on College Arts Participation from WolfBrown
  • Knowledge Resources on Support for Arts and Culture in the United States
  • Shannon Planchon Returns to Lead Oregon Commission
  • Kris Tucker to Depart in January
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Legislative Update
Budget Due December 15
Isaac Brown

Following the federal government shutdown in October, Congress was instructed to agree on a budget by mid-December. Meanwhile, Rep. Ken Calvert has replaced Rep. Mike Simpson as chair of the House Interior Appropriations Subcommittee, which oversees the National Endowment for the Arts budget . . . Read more

State to State
Showcasing SAA Ingenuity
Paul Pietsch

D.C. taps into new dedicated revenue stream . . . New York economic development body funnels funding to arts council programs . . . Ohio newsletter highlights legislators' arts connections . . . Read more
Research on Demand
Rural Resources
Ryan Stubbs

NASAA research shows the magnitude of state arts agencies' investment in rural communities, and recent research in the field offers further examples . . . Read more

More Notes from NASAA
Help in Accessing NASAA Information
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